Graduate School for Religion and Politics within the Cluster of Excellence
The graduate school was founded as part of the “Religion and Politics” cluster of excellence to promote young academics and the integrity of research and teaching. It has 47 doctoral students. The scientific management of the graduate school and the mentoring of the doctoral candidates are being coordinated by six junior research group leaders. Each doctoral candidate is supervised by a team of two professors and a mentor with a doctorate. The doctoral programme also offers courses on selected aspects of career paths within and outside academia. Graduates of the Graduate School have been employed, for example, at other universities and research institutions, as well as in publishing houses, schools, ministries, church institutions and libraries.
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